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Awards

2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association for "your years of service and contributions to PDMA and the direct response industry."

2009 Gold MAC (Marketing Association of Credit Unions) Awards Competition for Annual Reports, Over $500 Million in Assets, Choices, Issue 1, 2008.

2009 Gold MAC (Marketing Association of Credit Unions) Awards Competition for Annual Reports, Over $500 Million in Assets, Choices Issues 2 and 3, 2008.

2009 Golden Mirror Awards, Second Place, Choices, Newsletter Category, Assets $351 to $700 Million, Credit Union Executives Society.

2008 Silver Award, Choices, Issues 2 & 3, from the Marketing Association of Credit Unions (MAC) in the Newsletter Category.

2008 Merit Award, Choices, Issues 2 & 3, 2007, CUNA Marketing and Business Development Council, Newsletters or Magazine Category.

2008 Silver Award, Choices, Issue 1, 2007, Annual Report, Financial Services Category, Service Industry Advertising Awards.

2007 Best Member Newsletter, Choices, Issue 2, 2006, $150 Million or More in Assets, National Association of Federal Credit Unions.

2007 Bronze Award, Choices, Issue 2 and 3, 2006, Newsletters, Assets $200 to $500 Million, Marketing Association of Credit Unions.

2007 Golden Mirror Award of Merit, Choices, Newsletter Category, Assets $351 to $700 Million, Credit Union Executives Society (CUES).

2007 Silver Award, Choices Issue 2, 2006 Newsletter/Financial Services category; and Merit Award, Choices Issue 1, 2006, Annual Report/Financial Services Category, Service Industry Advertising Awards.

2006 Communications Award, Honorable Mention, Pennsylvania Credit Union Association, "35th Anniversary Issue of Choices magazine."

2006 Gold Award, Collateral Financial Services Materials, "35th Anniversary Issue of Choices magazine," Service Industry Advertising Awards.

2006 Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association Benny Award,  Student Trust's "Congratulations," E-mail, Fax Category.

2003 B2B Magazine’s "Best" Awards; "Fetch" won for best single online ad. (Creative Directed)

2003 Award for Communications Excellence (ACE) from the New York Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, October, 2003. "1-2 Punch" won in the Design category for Advertising/Direct Mail.

2003 Award for Communications Excellence (ACE) from the New York Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators) October, 2003.  "Phat Phone," "Fetch" and "Size Matters" won for Interactive Communications Programs under the Computer-Based Communications category. (Creative Directed.)

2003 Award for Communications Excellence (ACE) from the New York Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, October, 2003. Our Nextel Customer Life Cycle E-newsletter Campaign won in the Computer-Based Communications category. (Creative Directed.)

2003 Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association Benny Award, "Nextel's 1-2 Punch," Best of Show.

2003 Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association Benny Award, Nextel's "1-2 Punch," in the Dimensional, B2B category.

2003 Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association Benny Award, Nextel's "i90c Product Introduction," in the Internet Website/Banner Ads Category. Included "Size Matters," "Phat Phone" and "Fetch." (Creative Directed.)

2003 Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association Benny Award, Nextel's Customer Lifecycle E-Newsletters" in the Database Marketing Category.

2003 Philly Gold Award, April, 2003: Nextel Communications, "Tortoise & Hare" superstitial, in the Individual Non-Banner Ad, Online Advertising and Emails category. (Creative Directed.)

2002 Gold Galaxy Award, November, 2002: Nextel Customer Communications Campaign, in the Interactive Media/B2B category. Included Emails, an online newsletter and "In the News @ Nextel."

2002 Ad Tech Award, November, 2002: Best in Pop Up Category for launch of the i90c phone. Three superstitials included were: "Fetch," "Phat Phone" and "Size Matters." (Creative Directed.)

2002 Bronze Galaxy Award, November, 2002:  Launch of the i90c phone in the Product Introduction category. Three superstitials promoting the phone were: "Fetch," "Phat Phone" and "Size Matters." (Creative Directed.)

2002 Astrid Awards, May, 2002: Nextel "Value Pack" took a Gold Astrid in the Websites-Interstitials Category. (Creative Directed.)

2002 Astrid Awards, May, 2002: Nextel "You're the Right Person" took a Bronze Astrid in the Advertisements-Print Category. (Creative Directed.)

2002 Philly Gold Awards, May, 2002: Nextel's "Size Matters" received a Philly Gold Bar and "Getting It" won a Philly Gold Excellence Award, both for superstitials. (Creative Directed.)

2002 Echo Awards, Finalist in Communications/Utilities Category for Nextel Customer Email Marketing.

July 2001 Bronze MAXI for Nextel's "Big Jerry" in the B2B Direct Mail Category, Direct Marketing Association of Washington.

2001 Astrid Awards, Nextel's "Non-Chirp" Kit took a Bronze Award in Direct Mail, "Big Jerry" took the Finalist Award in Direct Mail and the "Scratch" banner won a Gold Award in the Websites/Banners Category. (Creative Directed.)

2001, Wireless Week's "Wireless in Style" Competition, for Nextel's "Mission" and "Ultimate Trip" interstitials, which took first and second place awards, for Devon Direct's "Brazil" banner, which took third place, and the "Headache" direct mail package, which took first place in the Direct Mail Single/Carrier category. (Creative Directed.)

2001, Galaxy Award, Honors, in Website/Product Promotions Category, for Nextel Value Pack Promotion. (Creative Directed.)

2001, PRO Awards, Finalist, in Direct Mail Category for Nextel Worldwide DM.

2000, Silver MAXI Award, Direct Marketing Association of Washington,  B-to-B Lead Generation for Nextel "Terminate Telephone Tag" Kit. (Creative Directed.)

2000, Neographics Franklin Award for UPS Legal Kit.

1999, Gold MAXI Award, Direct Marketing Association of Washington, for Nextel i1000 launch in "Pinstripe" and "Denim" Kits. (Creative Directed.)

1999, Business Marking Association Pro-Comm Award, for Nextel i1000 launch in "Pinstripe" and "Denim" Kits. (Creative Directed.)

1999, Communicator Award of Distinction, Marketing/Promotion Category, for the Nextel i1000 launch in "Pinstripe" and "Denim "Kits. (Creative Directed.)

1999, Astrid Award in Direct Mail Category for Nextel i1000 launch in "Pinstripe" and "Denim "Kits. (Creative Directed.)

1999, Neographics Franklin Award  for Excellence for Nextel i1000 launch in "Pinstripe" and "Denim" Kits. (Creative Directed.)

1999, Neographics Franklin Award for Excellence, for NetformX promotion, Industrial DM Category.

1997, Silver Astrid Award (AICAS), DM Category, for "Spot the Thief." (At that time, was most awarded piece in Devon history.)

1997, BMA Bronze Tower Award, 1997, B-to-B Category, Non-Dimensional DM, for "Spot the Thief" campaign.

1996, "Benny" Award from Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association for "Spot the Thief."

1996, BMA Pro-Comm Award, DM Category for "Spot the Thief."

1996, Bronze MAXI Award, Direct Marketing Association of Washington, Business-to-Consumer Order Generation, for "Extended Warranty Kit."

1993, Pro-Comm Award (B/PAA Award), for  J.I. Case 150th Anniversary Catalog.

1990, "Benny" Award from Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association for ALPO Box Kit. 

1988 "Echo Award" Certificate of Recognition from Direct Marketing Association for Thomas Register Kit.

 1983, Public Relations Society of the Hospital Association of Pennsylvania Meritorious Achievement Award for Non-Traditional Annual Report and for Marketing Project (ER Renovation)

1979, Award for "Imaginative Annual Report," Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.


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